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Moody's estimates that its rating will rise in the next 12-18 months if the improvement in debt levels and fiscal performance continues, despite upcoming elections.
"Fleeting Still Life," a new exhibition of photographs by Tel Aviv photographer Ariel Yannay explores memory, self and the transience of experience.
At first glance, First Man is a lot like Chazelle’s other movies. It has the emotional grip and high stakes intensity of his debut Whiplash.
Café Popular marks Chef Avi Bitton’s triumphant return to north Tel Aviv
By BUZZY GORDON
“The prizes are awarded to both films for their depth and cinematic expression, each of which is unique in its own way.”
By HANNAH BROWN
Sheinfeld-Laor’s current rendition turned out to be an impressive, valid and very beautiful work, totally their own, that incorporates components from their life as a gay couple.
By ORA BRAFMAN
Near pitch-perfect entertainment for a hot summer evening.
By HELEN KAYE
Some of the most successful and important Israeli movies of all time have premiered at this festival.
Both the artists were in sync with each other, throwing their arms up at the same time to match the pounding bass.
By ROCKY BAIER,NAOMI GRANT
A 16th-century Ottoman building has been transformed into one of Acre’s standout hotels.
By BARRY DAVIS
Orit Siman-Tov’s photographs of the Haifa Port and sea seems to at once hold a certain aesthetic charm while being foreboding.
By DANIEL SHORKEND
While “things are not perfect,” Spanish dance company Larreal have no problem visiting Israel, and are looking forward to their performance.
By MARION FISCHEL
“This was one of the best crowds we’ve ever played for, we will have to come back,” lead singer M. Shadows said.
By KOBY BRINN
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